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Info systems refocus priorities.
Mod Healthc. 1995 Feb 13; 25(7):65-6, 70, 72.MH

Abstract

Healthcare executives say improving their computer systems' managed-care capabilities is their No. 1 information technology priority. Resolving thorny cost and control issues involving community health information networks also rated high among the executives.

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Language

eng

PubMed ID

10139872

Citation

Morrissey, J. "Info Systems Refocus Priorities." Modern Healthcare, vol. 25, no. 7, 1995, pp. 65-6, 70, 72.
Morrissey J. Info systems refocus priorities. Mod Healthc. 1995;25(7):65-6, 70, 72.
Morrissey, J. (1995). Info systems refocus priorities. Modern Healthcare, 25(7), 65-6, 70, 72.
Morrissey J. Info Systems Refocus Priorities. Mod Healthc. 1995 Feb 13;25(7):65-6, 70, 72. PubMed PMID: 10139872.
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